Definition :


“Found only in the European Shorthair, this pattern corresponds to clear, non-overlapping spots that are oval, round, or rosette-shaped and vary in color or said to be “in keeping with the background color, “in the standard” (Chaudieu, 1974). Spotted tabby: Legs and tail ringed with fairly thin, tight markings. The spine may be covered either with parallel lines or spots arranged in a line. The flanks, shoulders, and thighs have spots of varying sizes and shapes, preferably round and even (like those of the ocelot or panther). In all cases, the spots must be well-separated and distinct. The belly is spotted.

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